NVIDIA to Stop Making Chipsets?
According to preliminary information supplied by the source, NVIDIA is going to stop making chipsets.
Earlier this week, NVIDIA held a special meeting with its motherboard partners to decide whether to continue chipset manufacture or not.
While motherboard manufacturers are keeping silent about this, preliminary information indicates that NVIDIA is going to quit this business and merge the "chipset team" with GPU department. Thus, some vendors of ready product are hastily finishing (or cancelling) their projects related to nForce 7 series.
The loss of this business may affect the success of NVIDIA's GPU products. E.g., sluggish adoption of nForce 200 (BR04) chip that means SLI support on Intel X58 boards forces NVIDIA to find new ways of licensing and introducing multi-GPU support to motherboards based on AMD and Intel chipsets. Otherwise, the High-End market segment might be occupied by AMD with CrossFireX.
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